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TREGAER CHURCHYARD CROSSPrimary Reference Number (PRN) : 01559g
Trust : Glamorgan Gwent
Site Type : Churchyard cross
Period : Medieval
Community : Mitchel Troy
NGR : SO4177610240
Legal Protection : scheduled ancient monument , listed building II
The steps, socket stone and shaft survive from the medieval cross. The head has been renewed.
Much of the medieval churchyard cross survives. Three steps, all with moulded edges: riser of lowest step carved into panels, with overhanging wave moulding; upper 2 steps have reeded moulding on edge, riser of middle step also has moulded profile. Socket stone octagonal/square with pyramid stops. Shaft also has pyramid stops. The head has been renewed.
Evans 1997 GGAT 51 Historic Churches Project
Evans, E M , 1997 , Gwent Historic Churches Survey: Churches in the Diocese of Monmouth, Deanery of Monmouth
03/Desc Text/Cadw/ Full Management Report/2006/ Copy in further information file
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